SELECTED SOLO LITERATURE 

•  Rudolf von Leyden, Raza, Vakil & Sons, Sadanga Series, Bombay, 1959.

•  Jacques Lassaigne, Raza, Cimaise Art et Architecture Actuals, Paris, No. 79, Jan - Feb - Mar 1967.

•  Rudolf von Leyden, Raza (Metamorphosis),Vakil & Sons, Mumbai, 1979. 

•  Paule Gauthier, Raza, extrait de Cimaise Art et Architecture Actuals no. 130, Paris, mid-1970s.

•  Jacques Lassaigne, Sayed Raza, Chemould Publications and Arts, 1985 – asked Chemould

•  Geeti Sen, Bahapl - Raza, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1990. (coming from Vadehra)

•  Pierre Gaudibert Geeti & Sen, Raza anthology 1980 - 1990, Gallery Chemould, 1991. –asked Chemould

•  Geeti Sen, Bindu: Space and Time in Raza’s Vision, Media Transasia, New Delhi, 1997.

•  Ashok Vajpeyi, Raza: Text-Interview-Poetry, Ravi Kumar, New Delhi, 2002.

•  Michel Imbert, RAZA An Introduction to his Painting, Rainbow Publishers, Noida, 2003. – not on Abe

•  S.H Raza et Ashok Vajpeyi, Aatma Ka Taap, Rajkamal Prakashan, New Delhi, 2004. (coming from Vadehra)

•  Olivier Germain-Thomas, Mandalas, Art Alive Gallery, (originally published in French by Albin Michel, Paris in 2004), 2009.

•  Sayed Haider Raza & Ashok Vajpeyi, Passion: Life and Art of Raza, Rajkamal Books Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2005. (coming from Vadehra)

•  Ashok Vajpeyi, A Life in Art: S.H Raza, Art Alive Masters Series Books, New Delhi, 2007.

•  Alain Bonfand, Raza, Editions de la Différence, Paris, 2008.

•  A. Vajpeyi, Raza, Bookwise (India) Pvt. Ltd, 2010.

•  Ranjit Hoskote, Ashok Vajpeyi, Yashodhara Dalmia and Avni Doshi, S.H Raza: Vistaar, Afterimage Publishing, Mumbai, 2012.

•  Ashok Vajpeyi (ed.), Understanding Raza: Many Ways of Looking at a Master, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, 2013.

•  Ashok Vajpeyi, My Dear: Letters Between Sayed Haider Raza & Krishen Khanna; The Raza Correspondence, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, 2013. 

•  SH Raza: The Journey of a Master, published by Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, 2014.

•  Ashok Vajpeyi, Yet Again: Nine New Essays on Raza, Mapin Publishing Pvt, Ahmedabad, India, 2015.

•  Ashok Vajpeyi, The Carnet Series, Itinerary S.H Raza, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi.

•  Uma Nair, Reverie with Raza: On the Occasion of Nirantar – The Aesthetic Continuumn, Grantha Corporation, Chennai, 2016.

SELECTED GROUP LITERATURE 

•  Indian Art Through the Ages, The Publications Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Government of India, 1951 – from Abe books

•  Thomas W. Sokolowski, Contemporary Indian Art from the Chester and Davida Herwitz Collection, New York University Press, 1985 – from abe books

•  Ursula Bickelmann (ed.) & Nissim Ezekiel (ed.), Artists Today: East-West Visual Arts Encounter, Marg Publications, Mumbai, 1987 – from Abe books

•  K.G Subramanyan, The Living Tradition: Perspectives on Modern Indian Art, Seagull Books, Calcutta, 1987 – from Abe Books

•  Glenbarra Art Museum, Contemporary Indian Art: Glenbarra Art Museum Collection, Japan, 1993 – not available

•  Ashok Vajpeyi, Sept peintures indiens contemporains: Manjit Bawa, Bal Chhabda, Jogen Chowdhury, Tyeb Mehta, Raza, Arpita Singh, K.G Subramanyan, Le Monde de l’art, 1994 – not available

•  Ella Datta, Santo Datta, & Yvette Kumar, Indian Contemporary Art: Post Independence, Vadehra Art Gallery, 1997. – asked from Vadehra

•  Vadehra Art Gallery in collaboration with Fukuoka Glenbarra Art Museum, Japan and National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi, Image - Beyond Image: Contemporary Indian Paintings, 4th January - 17th May 1997. – asked from Vadehra

•  Balraj Khanna & Aziz Kurtha, Art of Modern India, Thames and Hudson, London, 1998.

•  National Gallery of Modern Art, Footprints of a Tryst: Wilberding Collection of Contemporary Indian Art: 1994 - 1998, Mumbai, 1998 – not available

•  Susan Bean, Timeless Visions: Contemporary Art of India from the Chester and Davida Herwitz Collection, Peabody Essex Museum, 1999.

•  Martha McKee Keehn, India Ink - Letters from India 1953 - 1961, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, 2000 – asked Vadehra

•  Yashodhara Dalmia, The Making of Modern Art: The Progressives, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2001 - have

•  Yashodhara Dalmia (ed.), Contemporary Indian Art: Other Realities, The Marg Foundation, Mumbai, 2003 – from Abe Books

•  Ashok Vajpeyi, Seven Contemporary Indian Artists, Paris, 2003 – not available

•    Gayatri Sinha, Indian Art: An Overview, Rupa & Co, Kolkata, 2004 – not available 

•  Amrita Jhaveri & Priya Jhaveri (ed.), A Guide to 101 Modern and Contemporary Indian Artists, India Book House, Mumbai, 2005.

•  Pratima Sheh, Dictionary of Indian Art and Artists, Mapin Publishing PVt. Ltd., India, 2006 – from abe books

•  Yashodhara Dalmia (ed), Memory, Metaphor, Mutations: Contemporary Art of India and Pakistan, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2006 – from Abe books

•  Gayatri Sinha, Art and Visual Culture in India 1857 – 2007, Marg Publications, Mumbai, 2008 – Abe books

•  Purrshottam Bhaggeria & Pavan Malhotra, Elite Collectors of Modern & Contemporary Indian Art, Elite Media Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2008.

•  Gayatri Sinha (ed.), Art and Visual Culture in India: 1857 - 2007, Marg Publications, Mumbai, 2009 – from abe books

•  Rebecca Brown, Art for a Modern India, 1947 - 1980, Duke University Press, North Carolina, 2009 – from Abe books

•  Mortimer Chatterjee and Tara Lal, The TIFR Art Collection, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, 2010 – not available

•  Roobina Karode, Open Doors: Art from the KNMA Collection, Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, 2010 – from Abe books

•  Yasodhara Dalmia, Ella Datta, Sambrani Chaitanya Martha Jakimowicz-Karle, Santo Datta, Indian Contemporary Art, Post Independence, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, 2010 – asked from Vadehra

•  Yashodhara Dalmia, Journeys: Four Generations of India Artists in Their Own Words, Volume I, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2011 – too expensive.

•  Gayatri Sinha, Art and Visual Culture in India 1857 – 2007, Marg Publications, Mumbai, 2009. – Abe Books

•    Geeti Sen, Your History Gets in the Way of My Memory, Essays on Indian Artists, Collins, 2012. – Abe Books

•  Susan S. Bean (ed.), Midnight to Boom: Painting in India after Independence, From the Peabody Essex Museum’s Herwitz Collection (to accompany the exhibition), Thames and Hudson, London, 2013. - have

•  The Piramal Art Foundation, Smriti: Art from the Piramal Collection, The Piramal Art Foundation, 2015 – not available

•  Dr. Parul Dave-Mukherjee, Ebrahim Alkazi: Directing Art – The Making of a Modern Indian Art World, Mapin Publishing, New Delhi, 2016.

•  Giles Tillotson, Modern Indian Painting: From the De Boer Collection, Roli Books, New Delhi, 2017.

•  Zehra Jumabhoy & Boon Hui Tan, The Progressive Revolution: Modern Art for a New India, Prestel, London, 2018

JOURNALS

Waldemar George, Raza and the Orient of the Spirit’ in Lalit Kala Contemporary Journal 16, 1973, p.p 29 – 36.

India Perspectives - Special issue of Indian Contemporary Art, Ministry of External Affairs, 16th January 2011.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

Rudi von Leyden in review in The Hindustan Times, September 2nd1948

Santwana Bhattacharya, The Artist Comes Home, Indian Express, January 28th1996

S.H Raza, My Art, Illustrated Weekly of India, March 19th1989

S.H Raza, Artist’s Today, east West Visual Arts Encounter, Marg, Bombay, 1987.

Prafulla Mohanti in Artists Today, East West Visual Arts Encounter, Marg, Bombay, 1987.

Ranjt Hoskote, Symbolision Or Decorative Motif, The times of India, February 3rd, 1990.